John Servidio negotiates and documents securities and capital market transactions, with an emphasis on listed and over-the-counter products, including equity, interest rate, currency, energy, and commodity derivatives. John also advises broker-dealers, swap dealers, asset managers, and commercial end-users regarding Dodd-Frank regulatory reform issues and related SEC and CFTC regulations.
His previous experience includes serving as assistant general counsel at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York and Chicago. He provided transactional and regulatory advice to BAML’s investment banking and capital markets businesses. John has a background in investment and commercial banking. Early in his career, he worked at a major New York-based investment bank as an associate and attorney in the legal department, and at a large Chicago-based commercial bank as an analyst in the real estate group.